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Old 09-26-2010, 02:44 AM   #41
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I cant see the other pics either. I also think that one is a bulb socket.
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Old 09-26-2010, 08:05 AM   #42
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OK how about now?

I was storing them on google documents, and I just changed the settings so that it was a public document and everyone should be able to see it.
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Old 09-26-2010, 12:20 PM   #43
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OK how about now?

I was storing them on google documents, and I just changed the settings so that it was a public document and everyone should be able to see it.
Still not working

The first two pictures have relatively short links, but the others have MUCH longer links. You might've copy and pasted the wrong link on accident.
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Old 09-26-2010, 05:27 PM   #44
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OK Figured it out....
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3 - Is this a kick panel?
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4 - Same as 3 (other side)
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5 - Any idea which wire harness this is, #6 is a specific connection on it
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7 - This looks like an power window unit. Am I right?
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9 - Is this a drum brake?
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I don't know any of these parts, if anyone can help me, I would appreciate it.

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Old 09-26-2010, 05:37 PM   #45
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OK I can't figure out how to get these pictures somewhere so that they can appear in here.

That's really weird, cause on the other pics the first two worked but the rest since then didn't work.

Try photobucket or another online picture uploading site. Maybe you'll have better success.
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Old 09-26-2010, 05:52 PM   #46
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Thanks HighTower2011 I owe you one.
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Old 09-27-2010, 02:47 AM   #47
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Now I can see them.

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OK Figured it out....
1
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2
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3 - QUARTER TRIM PANEL (go on each side of the rear seat)
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4 - Same as 3 (other side)
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5 - Any idea which wire harness this is, #6 is a specific connection on it
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7 - WINDSHIELD WIPER TRANSMISSION
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9 - Is this a drum brake? YES BRAKE DRUM
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10 SPEEDOMETER CABLE AND SPEEDO GEAR
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BRAKE MASTER CYLINDER AND POWER BRAKE BOOSTER.

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I don't know any of these parts, if anyone can help me, I would appreciate it.
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Old 09-27-2010, 07:45 AM   #48
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tx65 nailed it, glad to see you got the pics working.


I have no idea what #2 is.

And that harness has to be either the taillight harness or part of the gauge cluster. I'm betting it's the taillight harness cause mine had the same wrapping around the wires.
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Old 09-27-2010, 07:54 AM   #49
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#1 is a headlight wiring connector, #2 is a left-rear splash shield for the LH front wheel. And a really crappy job of installing the seal, too. They are supposed to be stapled, not screwed, and attached better than that. IMHO buying them separately is a waste, I always use the ones that come with the rubber seals already attached.

Notice the bits of glue on #3 & #4. There is supposed to be a thick layer of jute glued on there, this is available new, die-cut, and reduces noise inside the car. If you are an adult, you'll want to put this back on when you refinish the panels.

#5 is probably an instrument connector, but I'd need to see the end, in focus, not the side.
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Old 09-27-2010, 08:41 AM   #50
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#5 is probably an instrument connector, but I'd need to see the end, in focus, not the side.
First off thank you everyone for the help.

Secondly, #6 is one of the connectors on the wiring harness. I will get another picture up of all the connections if that will help.

Thanks again everyone. You all ROCK!!
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Old 10-25-2010, 09:07 AM   #51
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So, here's an update....

First off, a bit of advice....... always look up!!!

So yea, I didn't follow that advice until the other day... and well here is what I found:
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So after getting so "Krud Kutter" from Home Depot, a wire wheel, and a little elbow grease, 15 minutes later this is what I found.
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Old 10-25-2010, 10:15 AM   #52
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Goodness! My roof isn't near as bad!!! I wonder how it could've gotten that rusty? I guess the windows/glass must have been down/off for a long time and allowed a lot of perspiration to get in.

But like you said, a good 15 min of elbow grease does the job.
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Old 10-25-2010, 04:50 PM   #53
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did you pick up the 289? I would consider going late model 5.0 so you can have a full roller motor if you have not already picked up the 289
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I did pick up a 289 and an AOD transmission from a 89 Mustang. They are both currently being rebuilt by local mechanics.
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Old 10-25-2010, 07:57 PM   #55
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You can probably still upgrade the cam & lifters to a roller arrangement by using so-called "conversion" roller lifters.

This has power & driveability benefits in addition to being more compatible with commonly available motor oils (that pesky ZDDP issue again).


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You can probably still upgrade the cam & lifters to a roller arrangement by using so-called "conversion" roller lifters.

This has power & driveability benefits in addition to being more compatible with commonly available motor oils (that pesky ZDDP issue again).


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Old 10-26-2010, 02:37 PM   #57
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Thanks to the nice folks at mustangsunlimited customer service I was given the following specs for the center console of a 1967 Mustang Coupe.

The length 46", height (both at the front 3-1/2" and at the back 14") and width (both at the front 5" and at the back 10-1/2" ).

What he is considering the back is the part that goes under the front dash. So with this information I will be making my own custom console to mimic the original.
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What he is considering the back is the part that goes under the front dash. So with this information I will be making my own custom console to mimic the original.
Awesome! I can't wait to see your plans!
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Old 10-31-2010, 06:35 PM   #59
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I agree with the 302 solution... they are plentiful from '68 on and have a million different ways to restore or upgrade them for power and/or efficiency. Big blocks are cool but end up costing more one way or another. I also second the Craigslist solution. You can find a TON od old Fords with V8s and transmissions in them that will bolt right into a Mustang. Junked (or not junked) Rancheros, Fairlanes, Torinos, etc. all have engines you can slap right in. MORON ALERT... I didn't read the whole story before posting. I joined in 2008 but am still pretty green navigating around in here.
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I agree with the 302 solution... they are plentiful from '68 on and have a million different ways to restore or upgrade them for power and/or efficiency. Big blocks are cool but end up costing more one way or another. I also second the Craigslist solution. You can find a TON od old Fords with V8s and transmissions in them that will bolt right into a Mustang. Junked (or not junked) Rancheros, Fairlanes, Torinos, etc. all have engines you can slap right in. MORON ALERT... I didn't read the whole story before posting. I joined in 2008 but am still pretty green navigating around in here.
Hey Someday, thanks for posting. Dude, don't give it another thought about posting your opinion after I already got an engine. I wanted to keep "within" a 1967 specs, which meant I had to go with a 289. Yeah it's from a Bronco, but a 289 is a 289... ya know?

What are you rebuilding?
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